Spay-Neuter, Veterinary and Financial Assistance Resources

The Peter Zippi Memorial Fund, Inc. is providing this list of Community Resources to assist in finding general assistance, low-cost veterinary services and spay-neuter for their pets. Peter Zippi Memorial Fund does not endorse, recommend, or promote any particular resource listed here, including veterinarians or clinics. Please review the list to find an appropriate resource for your situation. The decision regarding which resource to use is your sole responsibility and not the responsibility of the Peter Zippi Memorial Fund, Inc.

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General Financial Assistance and Low or No Cost Services

Actors and Others for Animals https://www.actorsandothers.com/

A non-profit that offers spay and neuter assistance along with veterinary bill coverage. They don’t cover bills in their entirety but they can offer a portion to help for some who meet certain specifications. Just apply online.

Affordable Vet Referral Services https://www.avrs1.com/

Serving Orange County and surrounding cities. Helps pet owners find affordable solutions to their pet’s expensive treatments and surgeries.

AlignCare Health https://www.aligncarehealth.org/

A national, community-funded, One Health system that helps care for pets and the well-being of the families who love them. AlignCare is the service and outreach program of the University of Tennessee Program for Pet Health Equity, in collaboration with Maddie’s Fund, veterinary service providers, veterinary social workers, and other community partners.

Alley Cat Allies https://www.alleycat.org/

Alley Cat Allies is a national organization with a mission to transform and develop communities to protect and improve the lives of cats. They have several resources on their site, one of them being a Food Bank Directory.

AM PM Ideal Pet Care https://ampmidealpetcare.com/

An animal hospital in Norwalk that offers free physical exams and free surgical consultations. They cover routine veterinary services as well as emergency services at an “ideal price”.

Amazing Small Animal Practice https://www.amazingsmallanimalpractice.com/

This clinic does everything from vaccines to difficult surgeries and will work with pet owners on pricing whenever possible. They are feral-friendly.

Animal Health Foundation www.animalhealthfoundation.net

Their Angel Fund assists pet owners in Los Angeles and Orange County, California, with veterinary care when paying for care is challenging or impossible. The Boydston Senior Fund assists senior citizens and disabled persons residing in Los Angeles or Orange County California. There is an application process for each. Qualifying individuals may receive annual awards of up to $500.

Banfield Foundation https://www.banfieldfoundation.org

They have several grant programs for communities, pets, as well as non-profit animal welfare groups. Their HOPE Funds program offers financial assistance for income-qualified pet owners whose pet is suffering from an immediately life-threatening condition. You do not have to be a current Banfield client but treatment must take place at a Banfield hospital.

Brown Dog Foundation https://www.browndogfoundation.org/

Dedicated to helping families who find themselves in a temporary financial crisis at the same time their pet requires life-saving treatment or life-sustaining medications.

Captain Care http://captaincare.org

An shelter intervention organization focused on Carson Shelter service area. This all-volunteer, donation based, group is dedicated to keeping pets in their homes by helping low-income families. Their assistance program includes humane euthanasia to prevent shelter surrender of irremediably sick or dying pets, pet food and supplies, free ID tags, help paying shelter return to owner fees for impounded pets, and help with spay/neuter and vaccinations. Online contact only.

Care Credit https://www.carecredit.com/

A credit card specifically for veterinary care with possible no-interest payments.

Community Animal Medicine Project (formerly SNPLA) https://www.campla.org

Their vision is to ensure that spay, neuter and veterinary wellness services are affordable and accessible to all pet owners in Los Angeles County and to create an environment in which animal shelters no longer euthanize adoptable pets. SNPLA offers most services in three locations and also has mobile clinics throughout Los Angeles County. Peter Zippi Memorial Fund provides vouchers to partially cover the cost of spay-neuter surgery at all SNPLA brick & mortar locations.

Daisy’s Hope Foundation http://daisyshopefoundation.com/home.aspx

This foundation targets San Bernardino and surrounding cities providing subsidized spay and neuter services, vaccinations and microchips, a pet pantry, and other resources to help low-income, seniors, and at-risk pet owners in crisis situations to keep their pets out of the shelter system.

Diabetic Cats In Need http://fdmb-cin.blogspot.com/p/our-missionactivitiespeople.html

The heart of their mission is to keep diabetic cats in their original, loving homes, regardless of the income level of their caregivers. They support diabetic cats in their original, adoptive, shelter, and rescue homes; help to rehome unwanted diabetic cats; and help to educate caregivers on the appropriate treatment of diabetic cats.

Family Veterinary Inc https://familyveterinaryinc.com/

Provides regular low cost wellness clinics at various locations throughout the Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley area. Please note that the locations and times are subject to change. Refer to the event calendar for the latest events along with details on how to book an appointment.

Frankie’s Friends Charitable Pet Foundation https://www.frankiesfriends.org/

A non-profit foundation dedicated to finding cures and saving pets with cancer and other life-threatening conditions. They provide grants to assist with the cost of life-saving or life-enhancing emergency or specialty care for pets whose families cannot afford the full cost of treatment.

Friends & Vets Helping Pets https://friendsandvetshelpingpets.org

Established to assist families with financial limitations to pay for extraordinary veterinary expenses necessary to save a pet’s life. Funds treatments for curable (lifesaving, not life prolonging) diseases such as tumors, broken bones, ambulatory care, expensive medication, or post-surgical prosthetics. These treatments are not typically covered by most animal welfare groups. They do not fund diagnostics or preventative care like x-ray, ultrasound or MRIs.

The Fix Project aka Fix Long Beach https://fixlongbeachpets.com/

A non-profit organization dedicated to reducing unwanted cats and dogs from ending up in the shelter. In addition to low-cost spay-neuter, they offer blood work, dental packages, microchipping, vaccines, and more for cats and dogs at affordable prices. They are feral-friendly.

GoodRx https://www.goodrx.com/

GoodRx is a free mobile app that gathers prices, coupons, and savings tips for prescriptions in a searchable database. Many discounts can be applied to pet medications as well.

Humane Society of San Bernardino County http://www.hssbv.org/

At certain times of the year, there are funds available for Senior Citizens and low-income families to assist with the cost of veterinary services for their pets. These funds are generously provided by The Albert and Anna Herdina Memorial Fund and The Banfield Foundation. More information can be found here: http://hssbv.org/clinic/senior_assistance_with_herdina_fund and here: http://hssbv.org/clinic/low_income_assistance_through_banfield.

Humane Society of Ventura County https://www.hsvc.org/

The Humane Society of Ventura County provides low cost microchipping, spay-neuter, and vaccinations. They also have several programs designed to assist the community including a feral cat program and a pet food pantry.

Ian Somerhalder Foundation https://www.isfoundation.com/ISFEmergencyMedicalGrant

This foundation has an emergency medical fund. In specific cases, individuals may apply. Grants are given throughout the year based on the availability of funds, eligibility, and urgency.

Kinder4Rescue http://kinder4rescue.org

Located in North Hollywood. Provides low-cost veterinary services including blood work, dental, and free orthopedic consultations. Sample prices are available on their website for easy comparison to a quote you may have in hand.

LA Animal Services Pet Food Pantry https://www.laanimalservices.com/petfoodpantry/

There are three locations that are open by appointment only to the LA City residents  every Sunday of each month. They will provide assistance to pet owners who may need help in feeding their pets due to low-income, being homeless, or having lost their job because of COVID-19.

Leave No Paws Behind https://www.leavenopawsbehindvetclinic.com/

A low cost Veterinary Clinic created to help low or no income families care for their beloved pets and receive high quality, low cost services. The clinic is a 501c3 program under the Leave No Paws Behind animal rescue group. They provide many Veterinary services including dental and surgical procedures, see website for a list of services.

Little Angels Project https://littleangelsproject.org/

Provides life-saving surgeries and emergency veterinary care to animals in need. Their “LAP Help” initiative provides financial aid to pet owners affected by local natural disasters or pet owners who may have just fallen on hard times. There is an application process. Not all applications are approved. Approved applications are not guaranteed to be fully funded as requested.

Little Paws Dog & Cat Hospital http://www.littlepawsdogandcat.com/main.html

Located in Canyon Country, Little Paws provides affordable office visits, dental care, vaccines, and x-rays. Spay-Neuter pricing is quoted over the phone when you provide the weight of your cat or dog.

Los Angeles Veterinary Center https://laveterinarycenter.com/

Located in Boyle Heights. Los Angeles Veterinary Care Center offers discounted vaccinations for your pet on Mondays and Saturdays. They also offer personalized payment plans.

Magic Bullet Fund https://themagicbulletfund.org/

Provides financial assistance for individuals with cats or dogs who need cancer treatment.

Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center https://www.petsadoption.org/

Located in Riverside County. The Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center strives to eliminate the suffering of homeless cats and dogs. In addition, they provide assistance to their community through their Pet Food Assistance Program, Senior Pet Wellness Fund, Nail Trim, Spay-Neuter, and Vaccination Clinics. Click on the Services menu on their website to learn more about each program.

Mercy Crusade http://www.dogcatfix.com/

Offers low-cost veterinary services including spay-neuter in the Oxnard area by appointment. Additional financial assistance may also be available.

Michelson Found Animals https://www.foundanimals.org/

Their Strategic Initiatives address societal issues closest to our hearts, often intersecting human and animal needs. Their Better Neighbor Project assists with the coordination of weekly pet pantries and monthly pet wellness events. Calendar of Events: https://www.foundanimals.org/better-neighbor-project-original/calendar-of-events/.

Orange County SPCA http://www.ocspca.com/

Their Animal Relief Fund (ARF) also provides assistance to low-income pet owners with both emergency veterinary care and low-cost spay-neuter assistance for residents of Orange County.

OC Animal Care https://www.ocpetinfo.com/

OC Animal Care promotes responsible pet ownership; health and safety of people and animals and spay-neuter programs. They host mobile vaccine clinics by appointment and there is also a food pantry available to all pet owners.

The Onyx & Breezy Foundation http://www.onyxandbreezy.org/

National. Provides funding and support in various areas including pets of individuals where medical hardship is present.

Pasadena Humane Society https://pasadenahumane.org/services/

Offers a wide range of services including a pet food bank.

Paws/LA www.pawsla.org

Assists low-income seniors and people disabled with life-threatening illnesses care for their companion animals by providing veterinary care, pet food and supplies, temporary foster homes, and volunteer services — all at no charge.

The Peanut Fund https://peanutfund.org/

A tax-exempt charity providing financial assistance for pets with medical issues in low-income families. They provide small dollar grants of $50-$200. Response time may not be immedidate.

Perry’s Place Community Services https://heavenlypets.org/community-services/

Perry’s Place (aka Heaven on Earth) provides pet wellness services such as blood work, exams, medications, and spay-neuter in addition to a pet pantry stocked with food and other helpful items like cat litter, pet carriers, and enrichment items like toys. You must submit a request form. All requests are dependent upon availability.

Pet Care Veterinary Center https://www.facebook.com/Pet-Care-Veterinary-Center-305590462900986/

Located on W Slauson in Los Angeles, Pet Care Veterinary Center is a good resource for low-cost veterinary services; no appointments are necessary but there is generally a very long wait time.

Pet Food Bank by Foothill Unity Center https://foothillunitycenter.org/pet-food-bank/

This program helps residents of Altadena, Arcadia, Azusa, Baldwin Park, Bradbury, Duarte, Irwindale, Monrovia, Pasadena, Sierra Madre, South Pasadena and Temple City.

A database of financially friendly pet resources. Search by zip code for Veterinary care, spay & neuter clinics, vaccines, pet supplies, pet food assistance, and more.

Pet Support Space https://downtowndogrescue.org/pet-support-space-is-now-open/

Founded by Downtown Dog Rescue this is a space that provides assistance to pet owners who have no where to turn. They offer Veterinary services and more, including pro bono legal assistance, access to services for pet owners experiencing homelessness, and much more. Call 323-880-8259.

The Pet Fund https://www.thepetfund.com/

The Pet Fund is a nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals in the United States who need veterinary care. There is an application process clearly defined on their website and is for non-basic, non-urgent, pet care needs.

RedRover https://redrover.org/

RedRover provides financial assistance so pet owners and rescuers can care for animals who need urgent veterinary care. Visit redrover.org/grants for eligibility requirements and application. RedRover also offers financial assistance for victims of domestic violence and their pets. To learn more about this program, visit redrover.org/domestic.

RxChop https://rxchop.com/

A company dedicated to creating business relationships that enable prescription savings for people and pet meds. Their website states that discount cards are accepted at over 60,000 pharmacies.

The Sam Simon Foundation https://www.samsimonfoundation.com/

Aside from doing high-volume spay-neuter once a week, they also perform mass removals, amputations, bladder stone removals, eye removals, entropion repair, inguinal hernia repair, and more. Note that this is strictly a surgery clinic, and does not offer general exams or perform diagnostics.

ScratchPay https:/scratchpay.com

ScratchPay advertises simple, friendly payment plans with no surprises and you can apply from your phone or desktop computer.

START Rescue https://startrescue.org/

START was formed in order to address the issues of overpopulation by providing two very important components: transport and spay-neuter. Their website includes a wealth of assistance based resources including financial aid, low-cost spay-neuter, veterinary, services specific to our homeless communities, and many other services that may not be listed here. It’s definitely worth a look especially if you live outside of South Bay Los Angeles.

Stray Paws Animal Haven https://www.straypawsanimalhaven.org/

Stray Paws Animal Haven is a volunteer-run organization dedicated to providing affordable veterinary services like spay-neuter, vaccines, and wellness exams. As of February 20, 2024, wellness exams are being offered by appointment for just $35.00 with some vaccines being sponsored by Petco Love. Prices are subject to change without notice, always confirm pricing when booking an appointment. As funding permits Stray Paws Animal Haven partners with volunteer trappers to support TNR (Trap/Neuter/Return) efforts in their community.

VIP Pet Care https://www.vippetcare.com/

VIP Pet Care is not an Emergency Clinic. They provide affordable preventative Veterinary care and wellness services with upfront pricing listed on their website.

Voice for the Animals Foundation https://www.vftafoundation.org/

An organization devoted to creating respect and empathy for animals through education, rescue, legislation, and advocacy. Their Helping Friends program gives seniors, people with disabilities, terminal illnesses, and individuals on fixed incomes the extra support they need to care for their animals, who often are their only companions.

Waggle https://www.waggle.org/

A not for profit crowdfunding model. Waggle enables you to raise funding for your pet’s care through their platform. You answer questions about your pet and they help write a thoughtful and compelling story that is posted on their site and can be posted on your social media accounts.

SPAY-NEUTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS & LOW-COST CLINICS

Actors & Others for Animals http://www.actorsandothers.com/

Provides referrals and services for low-income families for spay-neuter and emergency medical assistance. One of Actors & Others’ programs is SPAY CALIFORNIA, a comprehensive database of low-cost spay-neuter services for both feral and tame cats, as well as dogs and rabbits, listed by county. Services listed in their database are not necessarily listed here so it’s worth a look. Go to http://spaycalifornia.org/home.htm

Amanda Foundation https://amandafoundation.org/

The Amanda Foundation Mobile Clinic offers free spay-neuter services for dogs and cats to people who qualify. The mobile clinic operates in low-income and under-served areas in Northern Los Angeles County cities by appointment only. You can view the schedule here: https://amandafoundation.org/spaymobile-schedule/

Amazing Small Animal Practice https://www.amazingsmallanimalpractice.com/

Spay-Neuter surgeries are reasonably priced and appointments are more readily available. They accept some vouchers, it’s important to confirm their acceptance policies.

ASPCA https://www.aspca.org/los-angeles-initiative/aspca-spay-neuter-services-la

Offers free, high-quality spay-neuter surgeries for pets of qualified residents in the Los Angeles area with a targeted focus in El Monte. To determine if you’re eligible for the ASPCA’s spay-neuter services, review the criteria for the three offerings listed on their website.

Cat House on the Kings https://www.cathouseonthekings.com/index.php

Cat House on the Kings is maintaining an online searchable database of low-cost spay-neuter clinics and organizations providing financial assistance for the same: https://www.cathouseonthekings.com/docs/veterinaryresources.php?search=lowcost.

CatPAWS Spay-Neuter Fund https://helensanderscatpaws.com/spay-neuter-assistance/

CatPAWS is partnered with select clinics primarily in the Orange County. They have a limited supply of spay-neuter vouchers and require a $20 copay. Their vouchers cover a standard spay-neuter surgery only.

Community Animal Medicine Project (formerly SNPLA) https://campla.org/

A non-profit organization providing low-cost spay-neuter services, vaccinations, basic tests, and wellness clinics. SNPLA offers most services in three locations and also has mobile clinics throughout Southern California. Peter Zippi Memorial Fund provides vouchers to partially cover the cost of spay-neuter surgery at all SNPLA brick & mortar locations.

Daisy’s Hope Foundation http://daisyshopefoundation.com/home.aspx

This foundation targets San Bernardino and surrounding cities providing subsidized spay and neuter services, vaccinations and microchips, a pet pantry, and other resources to help low income, seniors, and at-risk pet owners in crisis situations to keep their pets out of the shelter system.

Downtown Dog Rescue https://downtowndogrescue.org/

Offers free spay-neuter and other services for dogs of low-income families. Clinics are generally hosted monthly at The Fred Roberts Recreation Area.

Family Veterinary Inc https://familyveterinaryinc.com/

Offers low cost spay & neuter clinics at locations throughout the Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley area.  The locations and times are subject to change. Refer to the event calendar for the latest events along with details on how to book an appointment.

Fix Long Beach https://fixlongbeachpets.com/

Provides low-cost and free spay-neuter for family-owned cats & dogs. They are feral-friendly and you do not need to be a Long Beach resident.

Fixnation http://fixnation.org/

Located in the Burbank area. Provides a free, full-time spay-neuter clinic for feral cats in addition to low-cost, affordable spay-neuter services for tame pet cats as well as vaccination and microchip clinics. They loan out humane traps and equipment to the public free of charge, provide training on how to humanely trap feral cats and kittens, and offer guidance and information on long-term care and management for feral colonies.

Golden State Humane Society https://www.goldenstatehumanesociety.com/

Two locations, Long Beach and Garden Grove. Low-cost spay-neuter, vaccinations, FeLV tests, and basic veterinary care in North Long Beach and Garden Grove. Peter Zippi Memorial Fund provides vouchers to partially cover the cost of spay-neuter surgeries in the Long Beach location only.

Heaven on Earth https://heavenlypets.org/clinic/

San Fernando Valley. Partnered with the Department of Animal Services. Provides low-cost vaccinations for cats & dogs in addition to other veterinary services including low-cost spay-neuter. Some pricing is listed on their website. Other pricing varies and will need to be discussed.

Herman Bennett Foundation https://hermanbennettfoundation.org/

Provides spay-neuter assistance to Ventura County residents through their voucher program which supports companion animals as well as “community” and feral cats.

Humane Society of San Bernardino County http://www.hssbv.org/

Provides low-cost spay-neuter services to pets of San Bernardino and surrounding communities in addition to vaccination clinics.

Humane Society of Ventura County https://www.hsvc.org/

The Humane Society of Ventura County provides low cost microchipping, spay-neuter, and vaccinations. They also have several programs designed to assist the community including a feral cat program and a pet food pantry.

Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A https://www.ivhsspca.org/

A key proponent to the IVHS mission is to reduce pet overpopulation through spay-neuter programs. They provide low-cost spay-neuter surgeries to pet owners living in their service area (Chino, Chino Hills, Covina, Claremont, Diamond Bar, Glendora, La Verne, Montclair, Ontario, Pomona, San Dimas, and the unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County including West End, San Antonio Heights and Mt. Baldy). A few of their program initiatives provide surgeries, vaccine, and flea treatement for as low as $40 per pet. Click here for more information under the heading “Spay/Neuter Appointments”. In addition to spay-neuter for companion animals they have a TNR (trap-neuter-return) program offering by appointment or walk-in (Tuesday through Friday).

Karma Rescue https://karmarescue.org

Offers free spay-neuter services for dogs 40+ pounds. Call 310.512.7833 or email spayneuter@karmarescue.org.

LA Animal Services https://www.laanimalsservices.com

LA Animals Services provides free spay-neuter certificates (vouchers) and discount spay-neuter coupons for Los Angeles City residents. Each household is eligible for 3 dogs and 3 cats. Feral cats and stray dogs do not qualify for this program. Coupons and vouchers can be picked up at all six (6) LA City Animal Shelters or applied for online. Proof of Los Angeles City residency is required. Vouchers are redeemable at various veterinary clinics and mobile events throughout Los Angeles.

In addition, LA Animal Services currently has five spay/neuter clinics located on-site at City Animal Shelters that are open to the public to sterilize your companion animal. The clinics are independently operated and you must contact the clinic operator directly for questions about spaying or neutering your pet and related services.

LA City Voucher Program & Spay-Neuter Clinic details: https://www.laanimalservices.com/general-information/spay-neuter/

LA County Animal Care and Control https://animalcare.lacounty.gov/

You may receive a discount voucher for your dog or cat if you live in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County, or in a contract city that has chosen to participate in the voucher program AND you meet just one of several qualifications listed in their program details.

Voucher Program Link: https://animalcare.lacounty.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Spay-Neuter-Public-Voucher-08-19pdf.pdf

Latino Alliance for Animal Care Foundation https://www.facebook.com/Latino-Alliance-for-Animal-Care-Foundation-159593767507655/

Latino Alliance for Animal Care Foundation works with other groups to bring low-cost spay-neuter and veterinary services to communities. They currently provide spay-neuter clinics on most Sundays in Panorama City. An appointment is required. Call 818-493-9078 or email infolaacf.org for more information.

Long Beach Animal Care Services http://www.longbeach.gov/acs/about-us/spay-and-neuter/

Long Beach Animal Care Services provides spay-neuter vouchers on a limited basis and on a first come first served basis to Long Beach residents as well as contract cities of Los Alamitos, Cerritos, Seal Beach and Signal Hill. Their vouchers are only good at participating clinics which are listed on their website.

Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center https://www.petsadoption.org/

Located in Riverside County. The Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center is dedicated to providing a low-cost, high-quality spay-neuter resource for their community and they support TNR (trap-neuter-return). Surgeries are performed Tuesday through Friday. An appointment is required. Learn more.

Mercy Crusade http://www.dogcatfix.com/

Offers low-cost veterinary services including spay-neuter in the Oxnard area by appointment. Additional financial assistance may also be available.

Michelson Found Animals Foundation https://www.foundanimals.org/

They maintain an online database of low-cost spay-neuter clinics that is searchable by zip code: https://www.foundanimals.org/spay-neuter/

OC Animal Care https://www.ocpetinfo.com/

OC Animal Care promotes responsible pet ownership; health and safety of people and animals and spay-neuter programs. They host mobile vaccine clinics by appointment.

Orange County SPCA http://www.ocspca.com/

For those who cannot afford it, the Orange County SPCA provides vouchers to get feral cats fixed. They also provide counseling on how to do TNR and loan out humane traps if needed. Their Animal Relief Fund (ARF) also provides assistance to low-income pet owners with both emergency veterinary care and low-cost spay-neuter assistance for residents of Orange County.

Domestic Cat Program Link: http://www.ocspca.com/program/animal-rescue-fund/

Feral Cat Program Link: http://www.ocspca.com/program/occats/

Pasadena Humane Society https://pasadenahumane.org/services/

Offers a wide range of services including low-cost spay-neuter, and vaccinations in addition to a TNR program.

Paws for Life K9 Rescue https://pawsforlifek9.org/spay-and-neuter-program/

Based in Santa Monica. Paws for Life provides free spay and neuter services to dogs over 40 pounds whose owners are not able to afford the surgery.

Pet Assistance Foundation http://www.petassistancefoundation.org/

Provides education and assistance with spay-neuter services including subsidies to pet guardians who demonstrate a need.

PetHelp Finder https://www.pethelpfinder.org

A database of financially friendly pet resources. Search by zip code for Veterinary care, spay & neuter clinics, vaccines, pet supplies, pet food assistance, and more.

Pet Orphans http://petorphans.org/

Pet Orphans is a charitable organization dedicated to the advancement of companion animal welfare and to combating overpopulation, abandonment and the need for euthanasia. They are located in Van Nuys and promote a low-cost veterinary clinic.

Pet Overpopulation Coalition (Popco) http://www.popco-inc.org/

Serves the citizens of Riverside and San Bernardino counties through a spay-neuter voucher program.

Quality Animal Clinic https://www.qualityanimalclinic.com/

They have a comprehensive feral cat package. Appointments are limited and you must call to request one. Peter Zippi Memorial Fund provides vouchers to partially cover the cost of spay-neuter surgery at Quality Animal Clinic.

Simi Valley Non-Profit Spay & Neuter https://simivalleynonprofitspayandneuter.com/

They provide low-cost spay-neuter services and free spay-neuter of feral cats.

The Sam Simon Foundation https://www.samsimonfoundation.com/

The Sam Simon Foundation’s mobile veterinary clinic offers a variety of free surgeries for cats and dogs belonging to families that earn less than $40,000 per year.

Spay4LA http://www.1888spay4la.org/

A mobile clinic providing high-quality spay-neuter surgeries and low-cost vaccinations in Los Angeles and surrounding areas.

Spay & Neuter Animal Network https://www.spanonline.org/

Provides financial assistance to pet owners in Ventura County who would otherwise be unable to pay for the procedure. They also support TNR (trap-neuter-return) and are able to cover the costs associated with the spay-neuter of the feral cat population throughout Ventura County. Contact them at (805) 641-1170.

START Rescue https://startrescue.org/

START was formed in order to address the issues of overpopulation by providing two very important components: transport and spay-neuter. Their website includes a wealth of assistance based resources including financial aid, low-cost spay-neuter, veterinary, services specific to our homeless communities, and many other services that may not be listed here. It’s definitely worth a look especially if you live outside of South Bay Los Angeles.

Stray Paws Animal Haven https://www.straypawsanimalhaven.org/

Stray Paws Animal Haven is a volunteer-run organization dedicated to providing affordable veterinary services like spay-neuter, vaccines, and wellness exams. As funding permits they partner with volunteer trappers to support TNR (Trap/Neuter/Return) efforts in their community.

Vet Care Pet Clinic https://www.vetcarepetclinic.com/

Based in Garden Grove. Their hospital services include low-cost spay-neuter. They also have mobile clinics with various services available.

Western Veterinary Group https://www.westernvetgroup.com/

A full-service veterinary hospital located in Torrance. Peter Zippi Memorial Fund provides vouchers to partially cover the cost of spay-neuter surgeries at this location. They have a comprehensive feral cat package and our voucher covers the majority of the cost. Appointments are required.